EU Elections In Perspective: The 'not so extraordinary' rise of the Brexit party
CommonSpace is interviewing political commentators from different perspectives on the EU ahead of European elections on 23 May. In the second interview, CS speaks to Marina Prentoulis, Senior Lecturer in Political, Social and International Studies at the University of East Anglia, and a member of the pro-EU Another Europe is Possible. She speaks here in a personal capacity.
IN recent weeks the Brexit party has surged in the EU election polls, polling more in some polls than Labour and the Conservatives combined.
Analysis: European elections may demonstrate the gulf between Scotland and England – and keep independence on the table
Polarisation between Scottish and English voters next week could reignite the sense of democratic outrage over Brexit, and reinforce the necessity of independence
SAME as it ever was, it’s happening again.
EU Elections In Perspective: The rise of the Brexit party as a ‘creature of the void’
CommonSpace is interviewing political commentators from different perspectives on the EU ahead of European elections on 23 May. In the first interview, CS speaks to International Politics professor Dr Lee Jones, a founding signatory to the Full Brexit, a left-wing pro-Brexit website, about the rise of the Brexit Party
RECENT weeks have witnessed the dramatic rise of the Brexit party in a British political system traditionally resistant to such lightning insurgencies.
Analysis: The meteoric rise of Scotland’s richest family highlights where politicians are going wrong in tackling inequality
The Gordon-Grant family have more than doubled their wealth to £2.9 billion in less than six years on the back of Scottish resources – yet politicians only advocate more tax cuts for Scotch whisky
COMPILER of the Sunday Times rich list 2019, Robert Watts, has said that billionaire Scots are faring better than those south of the border.
“More than half of our Scottish Rich List have seen their fortunes rise over the past 12 months – that’s a higher proportion than other parts of the UK,” Watts said.